A model that health experts commonly use to predict coronavirus fatality rates has a narrower gap between predicted coronavirus cases and actual cases after it’s modified with tweaks created by John Nichols, associate professor of construction science, who has decades of experience as a statistical analyst.
After a natural disaster, private aid groups spring into action, helping Americans recover from tornadoes, floods and other calamities. But could these groups help long-term, post-disaster housing recovery more effectively?
Momentum continues to grow in the movement to integrate the humanities and arts into science, engineering, mathematics and medicine higher education curricula. It’s fueled by movement advocates, whose leaders include Carol LaFayette, professor of visualization.
Two College of Architecture faculty members, Hope Hui Rising and Andrea Roberts, earned prestigious fellowships from Texas A&M University’s Arts & Humanities Fellowship Program, announced by Research at Texas A&M today.